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Rams' Bradford misses third game of season with ankle injury

Sam Bradford's high ankle sprain will force him to miss another game, as the Rams quarterback is inactive for Sunday's tilt against the San Francisco 49ers.

Bradford re-aggravated the injury, which forced him to miss two games in the middle of the season, during last week's loss to the Arizona Cardinals, and then suffered a set back when he sat out Thursday's practice. Bradford was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report.

A.J. Feeley will get the start for the Rams, while newly signed Tim Brandstater will assume backup duties.

Rams defensive end Chris Long (ankle) and safety Darian Stewart (head) are both active.

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